From assessment to remediation and regulatory reporting, we’ll look after all your land and water quality issues. Our team of recognised professionals has the extensive experience needed to make the process efficient and cost effective, and can leverage our planning team to fast-track the resource consent process.

Before you embark on a project, you want to be certain that the land and water quality are suitable for your end purpose. Our Land and Water Quality team has a proven track record in the investigation, management and remediation of contaminated land and groundwater.

Working with regulatory authorities, planners, designers, ecologists, and engineers, we offer a seamless service that delivers better outcomes for our clients. Strong international relationships and access to the latest soil assessment technology means we can also save our clients money.



Here’s how we can help you with land and water quality:

  • Contaminated Land - site investigation, management, remediation and validation -Including due diligence, preliminary (PSI), detailed site investigations (DSI) and sampling
  • Water quality - resource management, monitoring and reporting 
  • Stormwater and Wastewater - contaminant discharge management 
  • Environmental Due Diligence  - pre-purchase / divestment due-diligence; or as part of regulatory or local government requirements
  • Human health and ecological risk assessment posed by site contamination - Develop site-specific remediation criteria, often minimising the amount of remediation required
  • Stormwater, wastewater, and contaminant discharge - Managing the effects of discharges on the natural environment
  • Soil and groundwater remediation - hydrogeological investigations, active and passive soil vapour monitoring and assessments
  • Landfill closure and redevelopment - Intrusive soil and groundwater investigations
  • Air pollution - modelling and control
  • Environmental monitoring - Programme design and implementation
  • State of the environment - Investigations to enable effective management decisions and monitoring to assess benefits of initiatives
  • Catchment management - Providing the science needed to inform planning and policy
  • Suitably Qualified and Experienced Practitioners (SQEP) - For National Environmental Standard (NES) for Assessing and Managing Contaminants in Soil to Protect Human Health
  • Representation on various industry bodies - ALGA, WasteMINZ and EIANZ Certified Environmental Practitioners, recognized as expert witnesses
  • Public hearing, caucusing and Environment Court representation - Ensure your position is best represented by selecting the correct specialists to address the key risk areas

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Hi - I'm Nigel Mather. I have a vast background in land and water quality management.

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